Rochelle Morris

Rochelle Morris (b.1994) is an emerging artist from Dharawal land (Figtree, NSW), who recently graduated with a fine art (honours) degree at the Victorian College of the Arts. Her practice explores interconnectivity and ecological assemblages through a rhizomatic, decolonial, eco-feminist lens. Morris blurs the boundaries between painting, sculpture, drawing and installation with a range of materials including: plant matter, earth pigments, spices, incense and found building materials. With various methods of layering and entangling materials, Morris collapses hierarchies and anthropocentrism to demonstrate the intra-connections in our causal environment. Recent exhibitions include: ‘Via fluid, flow’ and ‘Faces of Capital’ at VCA Student Gallery and ‘Echoes of a Gaze’ held at Brunswick Street Gallery on Bunorong, Woi Wurrung Wurundjeri land (Melbourne).